Carmel Del Mar Jog-a-thon

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Carmel Del Mar Elementary School held a Jog-a-Thon Oct. 17 — a healthy, fun, school-wide event. Students had 60 minutes to complete as many laps as possible by walking and jogging around the 330-meter CDM Jog-a-thon track. Proceeds from this event will go to support the Del Mar Schools Education Foundation (DMSEF), which supports its ESC programs (Science, Music, Art, Technology and Physical Education) for next school year.

Photos/Jon Clark

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  4. Foundation’s ‘got ESC?’ campaign begins
  5. Surf Dog Surf-A-Thon rescheduled due to sewage spill

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